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Pope: “God is Father and Mother” December 3, 2015

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What can one say anymore? I agree with Rorate, this is a statement with enormous, and dire, implications.  It will be used and abused by feminists and similar types for years, probably decades, to come.  Also contained in this rambling discourse are further condemnations of the Church’s 2000 year defense of Doctrine as “exclusive.”  Yes, the Church is exclusive, and so is Heaven, but that doesn’t play well in the radical egalitarianism beloved by those given over to a libertine, progressive mindset.

Rorate’s quote is quite long. I’m short of time and have had a long day, so I’ll only quote the most key parts:

Pope Francis: The theme of mercy has been strongly accentuated in the life of the Church, since Pope Paul VI. John Paul II stressed it strongly with Dives in Misericordia, the canonization of Saint Faustina and the institution of the Feast of Divine Mercy on the Octave of Easter. [How many readers have problems with Divine Mercy as proposed by Saint Faustina?  I know [a good number do.  I waver.]

…….My first Angelus as Pope was on God’s mercy and, on that occasion, I also spoke of a book on mercy which was given to me by Cardinal Walter Kasper during the conclave……The world is in need of discovering that God is Father, that there is mercy, that cruelty isn’t the way, that condemnation isn’t the way, because the Church herself sometimes follows a hard line, she falls into the temptation of following a hard line, into the temptation of stressing only the moral rules, many people are excluded. [Again touting Cardinal Kasper.  Hinting at what may come in the post-synodal exhortation?  It is not cruel to condemn, if that condemnation leads to repentance, that repentance to conversion, and that conversion to everlasting life. As a matter of fact, it is the modern indifferentism, and pretense that grave sin isn’t, that “mistakes” don’t really matter to God, thus totally blocking the process of conversion, that is cruel. It is the cruelty of the world against the true mercy of God.  Once again we see Pope Francis quite clearly state that the pre-conciliar Church was unmerciful.]

……Q:  Can the Jubilee of Mercy be an occasion to rediscover God’s ”maternity”?

……. Yes, He himself affirms it when He says in Isaiah that perhaps a mother can forget her child, a mother can also forget her child … “I, instead, will never forget you.”……..Therefore, I prefer to use <the word> tenderness, proper to a mother, the tenderness of God, tenderness born from the paternal insides. God is Father and Mother. [So because the Holy Ghost inspired an allusion to a mother, that means God is a Mother-figure?  That’s an unreachable stretch.]

…….To discover it will lead us to have a more tolerant, more patient, more tender attitude. In 1994, during the Synod, in a meeting of groups. it was said that a revolution of tenderness should be established, and a Synodal Father  — a good man, whom I respect and love – then very elderly, said that it wasn’t appropriate to use this language and he gave me reasonable explanations [So we should thus conclude, that it was Bergoglio who made this intervention in favor of a “revolution of tenderness?”] , from an intelligent man, but I continue to say that today the revolution is that of tenderness because justice stems from here as does all the rest [Ideologue: (n) one who holds to a notion or idea in spite of all contrary evidence] ……..The revolution of tenderness is what we have to cultivate today as the fruit of this Year of Mercy: God’s tenderness towards each one of us. Each one of us must say: “I am an unfortunate man, but God loves me thus, so I must also love others in the same way.”

Q: Can you anticipate to us a gesture you intend to make during the Jubilee to give testimony of God’s mercy?

Pope Francis: So many gestures will be made, but on a Friday of every month I will make a different gesture.

Oy vey.  Here comes another push for trashing the Liturgy – even more than it already has been – through “inclusive language.”

I fear Rorate’s closing note is right:

In the abusively “ultramontane” (or pseudo-ultramontane) atmosphere of the Franciscan papacy, where liberals and their conservative fellow-travelers defend everything that falls from the mouth of Francis as pure orthodoxy, one does not have to be very imaginative to realize how much the enemies of the faith will make use of this erroneous expression. [Indeed]Keep in mind that the Pope affirmed, in this interview, that the Jubilee of Mercy will be an occasion to “rediscover” the “maternity” of God. 

As of late, not a week has passed without an ambiguous or problematic expression coming from the Pope and causing immense confusion and difficulty for the already-besieged, outnumbered, and often-demoralized defenders of Catholic orthodoxy. It would seem that during the Jubilee of Mercy, things are about to get even worse.

Ultramontanism run amok – hypermontanism – is a grave disorder in the Church today.  It is the prime mode of operation for the crisis.  “This is impermissible!”

“But the Pope said it.”

“Oh, well……ok, then.”

We already have severe problems in the Church, and in so many domestic churches, where proper understanding and operation of the roles of father and mother, male and female, have been not just lost, but corrupted and turned upside down.  This kind of language is profoundly unhelpful, and even more, dangerous.  I fear it will give renewed vigor to efforts like the feminist push for “inclusive language” in the Liturgy.  Heck, why stop there, we can’t have cisnormative, heteronormative language in the Liturgy, either, right!  Bugnini and his acolytes intended the liturgical revolution to be a perpetual motion machine, never stopping, forever grinding the Mass (and other Sacraments) down into meaningless, perfectly ineffective modernist gibberish.

I’m out of time.  What a mess. Our Lady, have mercy on us.  Pray for us!  Christe eleison!

Failure of modern ecumenism is not accidental – it is deliberate December 3, 2015

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It has often been overlooked in these years of crisis, that the Church, in her long history, has a quite successful record of ecumenical efforts, in the form of true ecumenism – that is, the return of separated Christians to the bosom of Holy Mother Church.  The return of a large portion of the Ukranian Orthodox is just one example.  Others include the return of various Maronite and Melkite groups to full unity.  This history stretches back many hundreds of years.

HJA Sire notes in his book Phoenix from the Ashes that the post-conciliar ecumenical movement – one deliberately NOT oriented

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towards what modernists call “the outdated methodology of the return” – has been unique in its failure to produce any real progress in the growth of unity.  That is because its orientation – not towards return, but endless, pointless jabber – is fundamentally perverse.  It is also because the wrong priorities have most often been operative – ecumenism with protestants has been much more heavily pursued than with actual, if schismatic, churches:

In ecumenism in the past fifty years the Catholic Church has done everything that it should not have done and failed to do everything that it should have done. In the genuine, Catholic view, the one that was pursued by popes long before Vatican II, the first purpose of ecumenism is to remedy the scandal of Christian division…….[E]cumenism ought to direct itself first and foremost to the traditions represented by the ancient patriarchates, the churches that have preserved the ecclesial and sacramental understanding of early times [instead of the heavy focus on protestantism seen since the 20th century].  With such churches the highest prize of rapprochement is corporate reunion, which has in fact been achieved many times in the past.

The same objectives cannot apply in the case of protestantism. Here, doctrinal convergence would mean the entertaining of 16th century innovations in Christianity, or of modern Western ideas to which Catholics are only too much exposed, anyway.  Moreover, since protestantism has no sacramentally valid hierarchies, there is no possibility of ecclesial union in the sense that exists with Eastern Churches.  That is not, however, to say that there can be no ecumenical amity with protestantism; far from it.  There is no need to accept the modernist dichotomy that either one waives Catholic doctrine on what constitutes a church or one is committed to unconditional bigotry and exclusivity.  But with protestantism different objectives apply; since doctrinal agreement is impossible in practice, and ecclesial union impossible in principle, it is a waste of time talking about them.  [This is a really key point, one I’ve addressed many times in the past. With tens of thousands of protestant sects, each believing mutually exclusive things, any ecumenical advance with one sect necessarily means a reverse with another.  That is why ecumenism with protestants outside the conversion of souls into the Church is ultimately worse than pointless.  It is also impossible to reunite with bodies that are not, in fact, churches.] What distinguishes the case of the protestant churches is that the Catholic Church is immersed with them in a Western society that is becoming increasingly anti-Christian.  The task here is to combine for the defense of essential Christian principles.  Closer mutual understanding may or may not be the reward but, even if it is, it is more likely to come form practical cooperation than from doctrinal negotiations. [Bu- bu- but……what of the fabulous conferences in Switzerland at posh resorts?  What of download (27)the feting by the media?!?  What of the great meals?  Sire doesn’t get the point of the ecumenical movement at all!!!] The fact needs to be borne in mind that the ultimate purpose of ecumenism is not a diplomatic one, concerned with relations between churches, but an evangelical one, concerned with the presentation of Christianity to the world. From the beginning, the premise of ecumenism, even in the East, but above all in the West, ought to have been that what the Christian churches needed to do was not sit down and talk but stand up together and fight[Of course, this assumes that the leading lights of the ecumenical movement have concern for souls, or the state of the Church, or fighting against the decomposition of Christendom, anywhere on their agenda.  That is to say, what Sire is describing may not be a bug, but a feature.]

……The weakness and incoherent voice of the Church has removed what should have been a strong anchor to which the Christians could have clung……….[O]ne should notice the complete nullity of the Church’s modern record, in contrast to its success in the past.  Throughout its history, the Roman Church has achieved unions with many Eastern churches, the most important of them being that with the Ukrainian Church in 1596. Following it, one could say that unions in one part of the world or another took place every few decades; the more recent ones include those with the Ethiopian Catholic Church in 1846 and the Syro-Malankar Church in India in 1930, besides minor concords with small groups of Bulgarians, Macedonians, and Russians.  Since Vatican II, however, there has been not a single union of a separated Church with Rome; as seen by the bodies to which it makes such ingratiating gestures, the new, ecumenically minded Catholic Church is not worth joining.  [Again, to the modernists who dominate the ecumenical movement in the Church, that is viewed much more as a feature, than a bug]

We may turn to the protestant churches, whose alliance would have done most to defend Christian principles in a secularized world. That opportunity has been thrown away by an approach that ignored the aims of joint action and lost itself in ecumenical talk.  Plans for reunion were founded on false doctrinal premises which, instead of building friendship, have only damaged it.  An example was given by Pope John Paul II’s official visit to Norway in 1989, when his meeting with Lutheran sin the royal palace was boycotted by seven of the country’s eleven bishops, on the ground of the Catholic Church’s failure to give way on a range of points [notice how it is always the Church giving way?  These points were on matters that simply could not be compromised, even if the present pope seems determined to introduce heretofore  unheard of novelties regarding them]  , including intercommunion and the ecclesial recognition of the Lutheran “church;” one of the protesters declared that the ecumenical process had stopped with the accession of Pope John Paul II. This display against a pope who spent his reign grovelling to every conventicle of Christian and non-Christian religion shows the fact that in protestant circles – and indeed in Catholic ones – ecumenism was understood as the indiscriminate surrender by the Catholic Church to protestant claims.

———–End Quote———–

That.  It’s the key to understanding the major thrust of the ecumenical movement within the Church.  It is led by individuals of the same disposition as those who gutted the Mass – including, originally, the Roman Canon – because it offended protestant sensibilities.  “Saint” Anibale himself declared he wanted a Mass that would be totally acceptable to protestants.  The revolutionaries who gained control over Vatican II were heavily disposed to similar views: Yves Congar knelt before the tomb of Luther and believed protestantism better preserved Christianity’s early “purity” better than the Church! download (28)Throughout the movement’s history over the past 50 years, it has involved far more grovelling, self-abasement, and doctrinal surrender on the part of the Church than on its ecumenical “partners.”  Their compromises have been mostly symbolic.

Even in its much-touted “successes” – such as the Joint Declaration on Justification with the Lutherans – all that resulted was a mealy mouthed, horribly worded document that badly undermined Catholic belief while failing to achieve anything of even remote significance.  Who, besides to make a point like this one, speaks of that all-but-forgotten Joint Declaration today?

Ecumenists -and I do not exaggerate – view the process as “success.”  That is, they view simply sitting down at endless, increasingly pointless discussions as the very success they seek. So very, very bureaucratic.  Of course the ecumenical movement cannot go away!  It employs thousands!  It has been institutionalized.

One final point: note that ecumenism focuses almost entirely on those sects who have most fallen into modernism and progressive agitation.  They don’t like to have much to do with those icky fundamentalists. I think that can be stressed even more now that Francis is pope, notwithstanding his friendship with shysters like Kenneth Copeland. The movement is, in many respects, simply a way for like-minded progressive modernists to meet and talk endlessly at other’s expense.  I imagine that talk at times turns to how to frustrate the obstructionism of those knuckle-dragging observant souls.  I’m being harsh, but I see duplicity throughout this self-described movement.  I think it is one of the most obscene aspects of the modern Church, because it deliberately undermines what remains key for all those outside the Church – conversion.  And I find in the statements of many of the leaders of this movement (stating that conversion is not necessary, that the Church desires protestants to remain where they’re at) really annoying, since I’m a convert and believe passionately in the extreme importance – one might say practical necessity –  of visible communion with the Church for salvation.

I said practical necessity.  Yes I understand baptism by desire and all the rest.

Priestly perversion still rampant in Texas – two dioceses react very differently December 3, 2015

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Theodore Shoebat has a blockbuster post regarding grave immorality in the ranks of the priesthood.  After learning from two women that a priest in the Diocese of Tyler – a Father Bernard Boteju – had sexually assaulted while on pilgrimage to the World Meeting of Families attended by Pope Francis earlier this year, Bishop Strickland put Fr. Boteju on administrative leave within hours of the (very well substantiated) accusastions.  Because this matter appears pretty cut and dried (no matter how disgusting it is), with Bishop Strickland reinforcing his reputation for relative orthodoxy, I will leave it to you to go to Shoebat’s site and watch the very dramatic confrontation between the assaulted woman and Fr. Boteju, caught on video by Shoebat.

The other matter is potentially even more troubling.  It appears a Fr. Robert L. Kincl of the Diocese of Austin, who is also a canon law judge, holds that it is no sin (and certainly not a mortal one) for two men to manually service each other.  The response of the Diocese of Austin has been to defend the priest and to try to defuse, if not cover up, the allegations:

For years we have seen how the Vatican covers up for sexual predators and deviants, heretics and debased theologians. But we have never seen how the agents of the Vatican cover up for such evildoers in their private conversations. Well, Shoebat.com is now giving you this exclusive video showing you how the conniving is really done.

I confronted Deacon Ron Walker, an official of the Vatican, [??? – not sure what that means] asking why the Church has done nothing to punish Robert L. Kincl, a priest and canon law judge who was appointed by the Pope himself, who teaches that if two men masturbate each other they do not commit sin, and who himself defended confirmed child molester priest, Fr. Robert Hrdlicka. [This was in 1993, just as the first major boy rape scandals were breaking] This is after Shoebat.com filed a complaint against Kincl after we caught him teaching us depravity.

Deacon Ron Walker and the Bishop of Austin, Joe Vasquez, and Vicar General Daniel Garcia, did nothing to have Robert L. Kincl punished, even after they promised to take care of this evil. Shoebat.com realized that they were just patronizing us and so we made this video.

You’ve got to go to the link for the video.

Robert L. Kincl, who was appointed by the Pope, [again, I am not sure what this means] had befriended us as a fan of Shoebat.com acting as conservative, yet referred to homosexual fondling as permissible in the conversation. Having been shocked at his remarks, I told Kincl:

How can you, as a priest, be so liberal toward such a sick evil as two men fondling each other, or as two men having a “relationship” just as long as they are not going with other men. It is evil and it is reprobate.

I also told him:

It is not tolerable for you, as both a priest and a canon law judge, to be permissive to somebody having a homosexual relationship just as long as they are not being promiscuous with other men. It is deplorable, and in the words of St. Paul, “worthy of death” (Romans 1:32).

Kincl defended his position and responded with a rejection of the Old Testament and a twisting of St. Paul’s condemnation of homosexuality in Romans, stating

We do not follow the Hebrew Scriptures. We follow Jesus Christ who never mentioned gay relationships. When St. Paul mentioned such a relationship he was referring to the promiscuousness of the Romans using sodomy. [Complete utter crap.  So, we no longer observe the Ten Commandments?  Good to know! To bad Our Lord Himself said he came not to abolish the law, but to fulfill it.  It is amazing the lies these heretics will spin to try to justify their heresy.  I will remind again Aquinas’ dictum that public heresy is almost invariably the result of private sin, especially sins against the 6th and 9th Commandments.]

Shoebat.com decided to investigate Kincl and found that he has a dark past. In 1993, Kincl worked as a Commander in charge of clergy at the U.S. Navy, and while he was in the service he defended another chaplain confirmed to be guilty of child molestation, named Robert Hrdlicka.

The investigation revealed that Robert L. Kincl had even written the authorities, not to charge the pedophile who molested the young boys, but urged them to send him back to serve as a chaplain……..

……Kincl is now serving as a priest in Our Lady’s Maronite Catholic Church alongside Msgr. Don Sawyer. When I confronted Sawyer on Kincl, Sawyer vehemently defended Kincl. [I checked the website of Our Lady Maronite in Austin.  If Fr. Kincl has been on staff, or served as a priest there, they have deleted him off the website.]

Shoebat.com decided to contact the Diocese of Austin to file a complaint, and spoke with the Very Reverend Daniel E. Garcia as the Vicar General for the Diocese of Austin, and Chancellor and Secretariat Director for Administration, Deacon Ron Walker, who were under Bishop Joe S. Vásquez of the Diocese of Austin.

We asked them how could someone who supports homosexuality and defended a pedophile still be serving as a priest and not be excommunicated, to which Deacon Ron Walker, rolling his eyes, said that the Church’s main objective would be to reconcile him with God, and not excommunicate him. [Excommunication would seem a bit much in this case. But he could be removed from ministry and/or laicized]

It seems that the Diocese of Austin could care less if one of its priests supports homosexuality and defended a pedophile.

The very long post also outs a third priest who, at the very least, by his own words holds several pernicious errors, including denial of certain biblical miracles and rejection of the idea of demonic spirits.

I am generally in favor of Shoebat’s advice on how to deal with the error and perversion that has been tolerated in the Church for far too long:

If your pastor says anything in favor for Islam and homosexuality, confront him, and do so with aggression. If you attend a Christian school or university, and they have events in favor for homosexuality or Islam, go in there and confront the entire event, and do so with aggression…….

……It is my aspiration that this video will begin an international movement I call Operation Whip. We must confront the deviant and heretical ministers, and not only that, we must film them and post the videos on the internet. Its time to apply the whip (peer pressure) on them.

This will break their will and put us, the zealous, in the position of power and advantage over them, and make them submit to God and not to money and mammon.

The time for weakness and sycophancy is over, there must be a movement of zealots who will take up cameras, confront these wicked ministers, and make them tremble.

Dang right.  Reading a hostile blog post or article is one thing. Getting called out in person is totally different. It tends to have a dramatic effect on most people’s behavior.  That kind of humiliation – even if most defend the priest, even if they throw you out – can have lasting effects.  Might be worth a try sometime.  At the link you can see an episode where Theodore Shoebat did just such a calling out.

Regarding the Diocese of Austin’s response: typical.  In some respects, promotion of heresy is even more damaging to souls than physical abuse.  And yet we see how it is still so tolerated and covered up.  Now perhaps this priest has spun a story that Shoebat is deranged and that he is making this up.  That could be a dangerous play, Shoebat tends to record a whole lot.  I take him at his word.  I am hardly surprised that a priest of that generation has some perverse beliefs regarding men getting it on short of actual sodomy.  I doubt those are the only ones.

Better watch out, Dallas.  Shoebat might be coming your way……..


And the trivialization of the papacy continues apace December 3, 2015

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Brought to you by Twitter – which I continue to despise and refuse to join (even as I lament more and more sources posting less and less to their blogs and more and more to Twitter) – further trivialization of the papacy.  This is an ad for twitter showing how much “fun” one can have with things on twitter, but it is also quite revealing of how skin deep the popular impressions this papacy has engendered are:

Favorite quote: “This visit by the Pope is so exciting, I may have to start my Catholicism class again!”

Anyone want to lay odds?

Just love the image, too (0:21/0:52) – Francis flanked by arch-progressives Kicanas and Cupich.

Terror in San Bernardino December 3, 2015

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I’m sure readers are aware of the terrorist atrocity that occurred yesterday in San Bernardino.  That makes quite a counterpoint to the US bishops continuing proselytizing in favor of unlimited Hispanic and now muslim immigration into this country.  Yes, there are some odd aspects to this atrocity, the man attacked a party being held for his co-workers (a party on Wednesday morning?  Working for the state gets better all the time), it involved his wife, but there is growing evidence he had experienced a process of radicalization over the past few years, and the police described his house as an “IED factory.”  Explosive devices were reportedly used during the final chase, and law enforcement was very skittish in approaching anything – house, car, their persons – having to do with the assailants, so spooked were they regarding bombs/booby traps.

A few more details:

Three pipe-bombs were bundled together as one (like a clutch of dynamite). They were put on to a remote control car, but the gizmo didn’t work. (He wasn’t clear if it was the RC car that didn’t work, or the ignition for the pipe-bombs.)

The cops fired 380 rounds at them in the pursuit. The terrorists fired 65-75 rounds at the cops.

There were 12 pipe bombs at the house in Redlands.

The handguns were legally purchased (as I guess he had no criminal history) and the AR-15 type weapons (not really AR-15s, but that style) were legally purchased but not by the shooters. So this may be a straw-purchase situation — which, um, isn’t actually a legal purchase, then. They’ll be following up to find out who helped this guy get his guns.

California has the strictest gun control laws in the country. AR-15 type weapons can actually be bought, but only in a “California legal” configuration. I think this means, mostly, that the gun’s magazine can only hold 10 rounds, and not a more typical 20 or 30. The cop says they do not know yet if these particular guns were California legal, or, as I’m suspecting, straw-purchased by a friend or Online Hybrid Workplace Jihad Consultant and then given to Syed and Tashfeer.

Tashfeer is in the country on a K-1 visa, under a Pakistani passport. A K-1 visa is used to bring over fiancees. This is beginning to smell very much like a scam — I’m thinking this woman is not merely a fiance who “became radicalized.” I’m thinking she was much more central to this plot.

There is no way this was sudden jihad syndrome. I think the workplace aspect is just a smokescreen, or this guy is really unimaginative and couldn’t think of a better place to find a group of people to kill.  I suppose he could have had a certain animus to a particular co-worker or two, perhaps for perceived slights to allah and his false prophet.

It was amazing watching the media work yesterday. I had to do so after the fact – I didn’t learn of this attack until 9 pm last night – but it was simply amazing.  Contra Paris, when ANY discussion of immigration policy was declared by the left out of bounds in coordinated fashion, this time they couldn’t wait to declare simply offering “thoughts and prayers” a ludicrous response, proclaiming this attack the policy event of the decade.  That is, until they found out the attackers were muslim.  Then the sudden interest in discussing policy wilted, and we were back to only being allowed to offer “thoughts and prayers.”

Today however, jihad be damned, there are a goodly number of leftists trying to turn this into an anti-2nd amendment opportunity.  Demonrats are trying to attach gun restrictions – presently unspecified – to any pending Republican legislation (like Obamacare repeal).  Never let a crisis go to waste.

Conversely, France has some of the strictest gun control laws in the world, and yet they just suffered the worst Western terror attack of the past 10 years – one carried out primarily with firearms.  Obviously, reason or logic has nothing to do with this push, it has to do with the left’s desire to confiscate virtually all private firearms a la Australia.  That is, it’s ideology, not compassion, not concern, not reason, that is behind this.

The thing is, these terrorists were perfectly happy committing any number of felonies on their way to their big atrocity. Bomb-making alone can get you 10-15 years in a federal pen, minimum.  They likely straw-purchased the ARs. Numerous felonies were committed simply in preparing for this attack – just as numerous felonies are committed by criminals every day in the obtaining of weapons to commit crimes.  Firearms restrictions only have the effect of disarming private citizens and making them far more vulnerable, which, if the left were to be honest, they would admit is their overall goal.

Lucky for me, I just received another 1280 rounds of 7.62×39 on Monday.


One final note, a neighbor reported seeing a recent influx of strange men – presumably muslim – coming and going from the house at odd hours. The neighbor thought about reporting this behavior, but didn’t – because he did not want to be guilty of “racial profiling.”

These leftist inanities have many real world consequences.

I still predict that in the remaining year of Obama’s presidency there is going to be a cataclysmic terror attack on this country.  I tend to imagine it will occur early next fall.